|Name||Ted "Buck" Nafus, Jr.|
|Residence||Tunkhannock, Wyoming Co., PA|
|Personal Comment||Why do I reenact? I reenact because many of my ancestors were involved in the American Civil War, and I want to keep alive their memory. It's also a lot of fun camping and participating in battles with my brother and my pards.|
|Persona||George W. Barnes, Co. A, 143rd PVI|
Buried in Hollenback Cemetery, Wilkes-Barre, Luzerne Co., PA
|Service Record||Enlisted as a Private in Co. A, 143rd PA Inf. Reg't. on 26 August 1862
Lost left arm at the Wilderness, VA, 5 May 1864
Discharged for wounds Co. A, 143rd PA Inf. Reg't. on 20 Jul 1864
Company A Leadership
Ted Nafus Sr.
Peter Wolf Cangemi
Ted Nafus Jr.